zirconium silicate

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Synonyms for zirconium silicate

a common mineral occurring in small crystals

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The HDC media is filled with zirconium silicate. Besides the fact that the abrasive grains have exceptionally sharp edges, this abrasive has the added advantage that it does not contain any aluminum oxide or silicon dioxide.
Zirconia was taken from Zirconium silicate. Zirconium silicate is added according to the percentage of Zirconium oxide (ZrO2).
Zircons, tiny crystals of zirconium silicate, are hard, durable, and chemically inert.
SWSCC continued to use the same zirconium silicate wash, as with the spray process, only the baume was different.
* OLDEST OBJECT Scientists have found what they think is Earth's oldest known solid (matter with shape and volume): a 4.3-billion-year-old crystal sliver made of the mineral zirconium silicate, or zircon.
Hiortdahlite, called guarinite in Carati's book, is another zirconium silicate. Their occurrence in sanidinite, a high-soda rock, is a reminder that zirconium and rare-earth elements are concentrated in sodic magmas.
Zircosil--the one-up zirconium silicate micro milling bead with upper medium density > 4.6gms/cc.
The product is an insoluble, non-absorbed zirconium silicate compound developed by AstraZeneca subsidiary, ZS Pharma.
Barnim Leadless Glaze Frit 3195 17 Frit 3124 40 Frit 3134 20 China Clay 7 Silica 12 Zinc 4 Zirconium silicate 5 Tin Oxide 8 A Caiger-Smith W/A Glaze (1060[degrees]C) Lead bisilicate 35 Calcium borate frit 38 Zinc 5 China clay 2 Flint 7 Zirconium silicate 3 Tin oxide 10 Derek Emms' Glaze (fires 1060-1080[degrees]C lustre reduction 680[degrees]C) Lead bisilicate frit 30 Soft borax frit 60 China clay 10 Tin oxide 10 Barnim suggests that with the shift to leadless glazes to conform with new North American standards, aspects of traditional lustre are lost.
has introduced QBZ-58A, a longer lasting and cost effective zirconium silicate grinding bead.
The ZS-9 insoluble, non-absorbed zirconium silicate traps potassium ions with its three-dimensional crystalline lattice structure.
The company recently developed Zircosil--a sapphire hard, tough, medium density, 4.6 gm/cc (Zirconium Silicate) micro milling beads, which are non-abrasive, high wear resistant, glossy, satin-smooth.